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Jan 30, 2013 12:30pm PST
of this agreement. i know you weren't suggesting this, butedth fact that we don't control it i guess my point is i don't think is inherently a bad thing. and then finally, the final point on the cap, i said before supervisor campos arrived, we in bart are willing to accept the budget analyst recommendation to bring that cap down to be closer aligned for the two years that the agreement is in place. if we extend it, we would come back with perhaps an adjusted cap. >> so, mr. rifkin, supervisor campos, sorry, do you have any follow-up? >> no, go ahead. >> so, a few comments on that. one, in terms of our payment to bart is based upon their fare increases. their pitv to us is based on a cpi growth. * payment that to me seems bizarre. i understand they're paying for their service, but they could do -- i'm not saying they do, but they could do a lousy job of curtailing costs or working to drive efficiencies in our own organization and we bear the brunt of that now. we do the same, we could work hard, but they don't -- it's not reciprocal on both ends and we have our own constituencies to deal with. whe
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